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Optimizing Building Performance During a Crisis Requires Finding the Right Baseline


33 Nassau Ave, Brooklyn. Buildings are big, complicated structures. They have hundreds of pieces of equipment that work together in a symphony of heating and cooling, exhausts and intakes, switches and controllers, all firing up and shutting down in an intertwined daily rhythm. Normally, a building can count on the predictable consistency of its occupants… Read more »

Not In My Back Highway: Inside the Fight to Rebuild the BQE in Brooklyn Heights


As the Brookyn-Queens Expressway (BQE) approaches 80 years old, the city has to decide what to do with the triple cantilever. DOT recently determined that, within five years, the cantilever will become structurally unsound and unable to carry the current amount of traffic. The agency is mulling whether it should be repaired in stages, rebuilt… Read more »

9 Big New York Infrastructure Projects


While New York City is an innovative and influential global metropolis, its aging and outdated mass transit infrastructure has not kept pace with other leading cities around the world. But leaders like Gov. Andrew Cuomo and New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson have been looking to transform New York’s image – both downstate and… Read more »

Which Infrastructure Upgrades will get a Green Light this Year?


The race is on to lobby lawmakers and Gov. Andrew Cuomo on the state Department of Transportation’s next five-year capital plan. A coalition of construction and business groups called Rebuild New York Now is pushing for more funding of local transportation infrastructure, with a particular emphasis on small projects to fix issues with roads and… Read more »

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